UNIDROIT hosts a webinar with the winners of the UNIDROIT and Sustainable Development Essay Competition

On Monday, 28 August, the winners of the UNIDROIT and Sustainable Development Essay Competition, supported by the International Law Institute (ILI) and facilitated by the UNIDROIT Foundation, presented their research in a webinar hosted by UNIDROIT (read more about the winners here):

1) Ekaterina Pannebakker, Sustainable Development Clauses in International Contracts through the Lens of the UNIDROIT Principles

2) Joel Lee, The Role of the Cape Town Convention in Promoting the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals

3) Nicholas Mouttotos, The UNIDROIT Principles on International Commercial Contracts and Sustainable Development

4) James Patrick Chang, The United Nations SDGs – A Key to Unlocking the Unidroit PICC’s Unlimited Potential

5) Claudia Nyon Syn Yue, Transforming Contract ‘Makers’ to Contract ‘Takers’: UNIDROIT Instruments and the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations

The webinar was opened by President of UNIDROIT Professor Maria-Chiara Malaguti, and by Chairman of ILI Professor Don Wallace. The panel with the winners was moderated by UNIDROIT Deputy Secretary-General Professor Anna Veneziano, with closing remarks delivered by UNIDROIT Secretary-General Professor Ignacio Tirado.

A recording for the webinar is now available here.

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